The complicated filter rule used by me worked for one Debian mirror and not for the other.
hongyi.zhao at gmail.com
Tue Apr 14 07:47:01 MDT 2015
On Tue, 14 Apr 2015 13:28:26 +0000, Hongyi Zhao wrote:
>> but I wouldn't be surprised if some of the filter rules don't work on
>> the older rsync.
I've done a further test, and it doesn't support your point of view.
Even I connect to a server with protocol version 30, it will still fails
to list anything if the rsync tree is not directly under the top-level of
the server, see the following for detail:
werner at debian:~$ nmap -sV -p873 ftp.fsn.hu
873/tcp open rsync (protocol version 30)
$ rsync -amvHPRSB131072 -n --delete --delete-excluded \
-f +_dists/jessie/**binary-all/Packages.gz \
-f +_dists/jessie/Release* \
-f +_dists/jessie/**binary-amd64/Packages.gz \
-f +_dists/jessie/**installer-amd64/*** \
-f +_dists/jessie/**binary-i386/Packages.gz \
-f +_dists/jessie/**installer-i386/*** \
-f +_dists/***/ \
-f -_* ftp.fsn.hu::linux/debian/
receiving file list ...
0 files to consider
sent 277 bytes received 7 bytes 6.84 bytes/sec
total size is 0 speedup is 0.00 (DRY RUN)
So, it seems that the issue is not caused by the protocol version only.
Could someone please give some hints on this issue?
> Let we stay here to expect for the experiences from others similar to my
> case ;-)
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